Projects combine users and data sources under a common purpose, which can then be used to restrict access to data and streamline collaboration.
There are three main use cases Immuta projects can help with:
- Allowing policy owners to create exceptions to policies in a proactive manner
- Allowing users to securely collaborate on data
- Allowing control over what data can and cannot be joined
For any of these use cases, project workspaces can be created to allow users to write data to the project.
This section includes conceptual, how-to, and reference guides for using projects to enforce purpose-based access controls on your data.
This section includes conceptual, how-to, and reference guides that explain how equalized entitlements work in Immuta and how you can use them to effectively collaborate across your department without risk of data leaks.
This section includes conceptual and how-to guides that explain how to effectively use masked joins for your business use case.
This section includes conceptual, how-to, and reference guides for writing data to projects and sharing that data with other Immuta users with proper access controls enforced.